Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett national park is just 592 km away from the Ranthambore tiger reserve. It is located in Nainital of Uttarakhand. Jim Corbett is India's oldest national park spread over an area of 1288.31 sq. Km.
600 species of plants adorned the park amidst which a variety of animals roam. Bengal Tigers are the fame of Jim Corbett. Moreover, around 50 mammals are found in the park and 650 species of birds are flying in the skies of Jim Corbett.
Kanha National Park
anha National Park, located in the districts of Mandla and Balaghat, is one of Madhya Pradesh's biggest national parks, covering 2051.791 square kilometres. It is just 749 km away from the Ranthambore national park.
On the lands of the Kanha, around 22 mammal species roam. And around 200 species of birds fly high in the sky. They also enjoy the greenery of 270 plants.
Bandhavgarh National Park
The park, which is renowned for its hot air balloon safari, is only 681 kilometres from Ranthambore. It has approximately 1,536 square kilometres of forest area.
The Charger and Sita are the ancestors of all Bengal tigers in Bandhavgarh.
The Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is home to 37 mammal species, 250 bird species, 26 reptile species, and 80 butterfly species.